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August 14, 2008

Anyone for a game of Fantasy Science Funding?

Donald Trump and Melania by Boss TweedFantasy Science Funding is a fun game that anybody can play. You select a Science funding body of your choice, imagine yourself as its all powerful chief executive, and decide which areas of scientific research you would “hire and fire”. What could be easier? Here is how Fantasy Science Funding works…

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  1. […] Fantasy Science Funding is a fun game that anybody can play. You select a Science funding body of your choice, imagine yourself as its all powerful chief executive, and decide which areas of scientific research you would “hire and fire”. What could be easier? Here is how it works… Source: Anyone for a game of Fantasy Science Funding? […]

    Pingback by Donald Trump | Anyone for a game of Fantasy Science Funding? — August 15, 2008 @ 2:47 pm | Reply

  2. I really do hate his hair!

    Comment by Fisherp — August 19, 2008 @ 3:18 pm | Reply

  3. Is it real hair or fantasy hair? Difficult to tell.

    Comment by Duncan — August 19, 2008 @ 9:15 pm | Reply

  4. […] grant proposals but will try to put some ideas in another post which is long overdue in response to a promise to Duncan […]

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  5. […] and a response to Duncan Hull’s post of nine or so months ago proposing a game of “Fantasy Science Funding“. The game requires you to describe how you would distribute the funding of the BBSRC if you […]

    Pingback by Science in the open » Fantasy Science Funding: How do we get peer review of grant proposals to scale? — March 12, 2009 @ 4:06 pm | Reply

  6. […] and a response to Duncan Hull’s post of nine or so months ago proposing a game of “Fantasy Science Funding“. The game requires you to describe how you would distribute the funding of the BBSRC if you […]

    Pingback by CameronNeylon.Net » Blog Archive » Fantasy Science Funding: How do we get peer review of grant proposals to scale? — December 30, 2009 @ 4:30 pm | Reply

  7. […] grant proposals but will try to put some ideas in another post which is long overdue in response to a promise to Duncan Hull] (No Ratings Yet)  Loading […]

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